Islamabad: Pakistan on Monday pronounced Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will reason “important shared meetings” on the sidelines of a SCO Summit in Russia this week though did not specify possibly he will have an communication with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi.
Prime Minister Sharif will attend a 15th Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) limit in Ufa, Russia, on July 9-10, a Pakistan Foreign Office pronounced in a statement.
“The Prime Minister will also reason vicious bilateral meetings on a sidelines of a SCO Summit,” it said.
A Pakistani central on condition of anonymity pronounced the Sharif-Modi assembly was approaching to take place though refused to give details. Last week, Pakistan had pronounced no grave ask was made by possibly side for a assembly though such interactions mostly take place on a sidelines of multilateral fora.
“No side has contacted a other for a assembly so far. However, as we would be aware, in any multilateral setting, meetings among Heads of State and Government is a normal feature,” Pakistan Foreign Office Spokesperson Qazi Khalilullah had pronounced when asked about a probability of a Sharif-Modi assembly in Russia.
Pakistan and India were concerned in a fight of words recently with leaders from both sides exchanging sharp comments after Prime Minister Modi’s vicious remarks about Pakistan during his Dhaka revisit final month and in a arise of India’s troops movement in Myanmar.
Prime Minister Modi had called adult Sharif final month to greet him on a holy month of Ramzan. If a dual leaders meet, it would be their initial face-to-
face communication given a dual leaders shook hands in Kathmandu during a SAARC Summit final year.
Modi had invited Sharif for his swearing-in rite in 2013 and it was approaching that a dual sides will resume the stalled assent discourse though a family run-down last year with some of a misfortune clashes holding place during the border.